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post #41 of 52
Contact any propane dealer between Wenatchee and Omak.... I'm sure they all have them.... this one is Amerigas..... 509 826-7989

They had a new batch the other day..... Looks like they are moving them out every couple weeks....
post #42 of 52
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Originally Posted by DaveOmak View Post

Contact any propane dealer between Wenatchee and Omak.... I'm sure they all have them.... this one is Amerigas..... 509 826-7989
Omak, thank you sir!!!
post #43 of 52
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chimney is on straps on back on trailer ran it for about 3 hours seems to work pretty good. The three thermometers near the firebox are all within 5 degrees but the farthest is about 25° cooler
post #44 of 52

Loving this.  I'd never have the gumption......or the need for a smoker like this but loving the transformation.

 

Scott

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I have to cook for my sister in-laws wedding next summer. About 300 people so I decided I needed a big smoker
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I have to cook for my sister in-laws wedding next summer. About 300 people so I decided I needed a big smoker

That sounds like a whole hog smoke... That would be a crowd pleaser for sure!!
post #47 of 52

That's a good looking smoker, it kind of has that AC Cobra low and beefy, bad to the bone look. Very cool!

post #48 of 52

That is one mean looking smoker.

post #49 of 52
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Got it all done
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post #52 of 52

Nice beefy looking smoker with tandem axles.

Now for some que view.

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